Fr.Anthony Musaala and the Gospel Groovers

Fr.Anthony Musaala and the Gospel Groovers

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*WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND* One day a man saw an old lady, stranded on the side of the road, but even in the dim light of day, he could see she needed help. So he pulled up in front of her Mercedes and got out. His Pontiac was still sputtering when he approached her. Even with the smile on his face, she was worried. No one had stopped to help for the last hour or so. Was he going to hurt her? He didn’t look safe; he looked poor and hungry. He could see that she was frightened, standing out there in the cold. He knew how she felt. It was those chills which only fear can put in you. He said, “I’m here to help you, ma’am. Why don’t you wait in the car where it’s warm? By the way, my name is Bryan Anderson.” Well, all she had was a flat tire, but for an old lady, that was bad enough. Bryan crawled under the car looking for a place to put the jack, skinning his knuckles a time or two. Soon he was able to change the tire. But he had to get dirty and his hands hurt. As he was tightening up the lug nuts, she rolled down the window and began to talk to him. She told him that she was from St. Louis and was only just passing through. She couldn’t thank him enough for coming to her aid. Bryan just smiled as he closed her trunk. The lady asked how much she owed him. Any amount would have been all right with her. She already imagined all the awful things that could have happened had he not stopped. Bryan never thought twice about being paid. This was not a job to him. This was helping someone in need, and God knows there were plenty, who had given him a hand in the past. He had lived his whole life that way, and it never occurred to him to act any other way. He told her that if she really wanted to pay him back, the next time she saw someone who needed help, she could give that person the assistance they needed, and Bryan added, “And think of me.” He waited until she started her car and drove off. It had been a cold and depressing day, but he felt good as he headed for home, disappearing into the twilight. A few miles down the road the lady saw a small cafe. She went in to grab a bite to eat, and take the chill off before she made the last leg of her trip home. It was a dingy looking restaurant. Outside were two old gas pumps. The whole scene was unfamiliar to her. The waitress came over and brought a clean towel to wipe her wet hair. She had a sweet smile, one that even being on her feet for the whole day couldn’t erase. The lady noticed the waitress was nearly eight months pregnant, but she never let the strain and aches change her attitude. The old lady wondered how someone who had so little could be so giving to a stranger. Then she remembered Bryan. After the lady finished her meal, she paid with a hundred dollar bill. The waitress quickly went to get change for her hundred dollar bill, but the old lady had slipped right out the door. She was gone by the time the waitress came back. The waitress wondered where the lady could be. Then she noticed something written on the napkin. There were tears in her eyes when she read what the lady wrote: “You don’t owe me anything. I have been there too. Somebody once helped me out, the way I’m helping you. If you really want to pay me back, here is what you do, do not let this chain of love end with you.” Under the napkin were four more $100 bills. Well, there were tables to clear, sugar bowls to fill, and people to serve, but the waitress made it through another day. That night when she got home from work and climbed into bed, she was thinking about the money and what the lady had written. How could the lady have known how much she and her husband needed it? With the baby due next month, it was going to be hard… She knew how worried her husband was, and as he lay sleeping next to her, she gave him a soft kiss and whispered soft and low, “Everything’s going to be all right. I love you, Bryan Anderson.” There is an old saying “What goes around comes around.” *Wishing You A Happy Night Rest.*😀
Very inspiring and encouragement from the Father
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God will bless Fr Anthony and his crew in Jesus name Amen
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Hi brethren We invite you for our church run tomorrow and you can get yourself a ticket at only 20,000/= or 50,000/= VIP and Still you can support someone to attend in your absence as away of contributing towards its success. It is a marathon to build a Catholic Church in Busitema University Thank you brethren and a successful lent season.
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A HAPPY ST VALENTINE'S DAY COMING TO LUBAGA CATHEDRAL Dear friends, May I invite you to Lubaga Cathedral on St Valentines day. 14TH FEBRUARY 2019? We will have a very special mass in the Cathedral tomorrow with intercessory prayers for all our relationships (not just the romantic ones!). We will pray for the spirit of TRUE LOVE and charity, to be renewed in our hearts, in our relationships, families and in our nation. Let us choose to express our love for each other warmly, but with words and gestures which are dignified and show the greatest respect and true care for each other. PROGRAMME 3.30 pm Arrival at the Cathedral 4.00 pm Praise and Worship 4.30 pm Mass 6.00 pm Entertainment. Eats and drinks (at a reasonable price) at LUBAGA GARDENS 10.00 pm Conclusion - DRESS CODE: RED (SACRIFICE) AND WHITE (PURITY). - COME WITH YOUR SPOUSE/PARTNER/FRIEND/RELATIVE, OR JUST ALONE. - PRIVATE MASS INTENTIONS TO BE PREPARED IN AN ENVELOPE BEFORE THE MASS PLEASE, ENVELOPES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO WISH. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THROUGH THE INTERCESSION OF SAINT VALENTINE, PRIEST AND MARTYR WE ARE Praying for married couples, for their marriages to be renewed, blessed and strengthened. Praying for a breakthrough for those who strongly desire to sacramentalize their marriages Okufuna obufumbo obutukuvu. Praying for those in courtship, for the spirit of discernment and and self control. Praying for those who are 'single and searching' - to be guided by the Holy Spirit. Praying for broken marriages and relationships - for the healing of broken hearts. Praying for those who are or who want to be single for Christ as priests, brothers and sisters, or as lay people. Praying for healing of broken families and communities. Praying for our friendships, for continued mutual trust and support. Praying for peace love and reconciliation in Uganda. THERE WILL BE BLESSING OF RELIGIOUS ARTICLES. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND, SEND YOUR PRAYER REQUEST TO MY INBOX. SEE YOU THERE! FR ANTHONY MUSAALA
We are saying thank you Jesus ...... ,
We have a task we as youth Catholics. Let us immerse ourselves in Holy Spirit
DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS, Wed Sept 18th, 2019...KNOW YOUR CATHOLICISM #23 PRIESTHOOD 10 ------------- Christ Jesus told us that he would be with us until the end of time (Matthew 28:20). He remains with us above all in the Eucharist. His word continues to echo in his Church through both Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. He is present in all the baptized, which is his mystical body. The Lord Jesus also remains with his Church through the presence of his priests. By virtue of the sacrament of Holy Orders priests act “in persona Christi Capitis,” or in the person of Christ the head of his body (Catechism 1548). The Catechism teaches that the priest, “is truly made like to the high priest and possesses the authority to act in the power and place of the person of Christ himself. Christ is the source of all priesthood: the priest of the old law was a figure of Christ, and the priest of the new law acts in the person of Christ” (ibid). The priest makes Christ present in his Church in a very special way, “The ordained minister is, as it were, an ‘icon’ of Christ the priest” (Catechism 1142). God wants himself to be made visible through these special ministers that he has consecrated and set apart for service to his body, and in an especial way the bishop, “In the beautiful expression of St. Ignatius of Antioch, the bishop is typos tou Patros: he is like the living image of God the Father” (Catechism 1548). PRIESTHOOD 11 ------------- In the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, "Christ is present in the person of the presiding priest". This is an awe inspiring reality for a priest to reflect on as he steps up into the sanctuary. When a priest reminds himself of this often, it awakens in him a keen desire to make that union of his own heart with Christ so profound, that he can truly say with St. John the Baptist, “He must increase, and I must decrease” (John 3:30). To the extent that the priest is living an intense interior life of union with our Lord he will be an effective celebrant of the Mass. One of the principal reasons the people of God come to the church each Sunday is because they want to see and hear Christ, to be touched and nourished by him, and to come to know him more. The role of the priest is to help mediate this encounter, “By virtue of the sacrament of Holy Orders, as well as by the depth of the priest’s prayerfulness and the dignity and humility of his bearing, the people should be able to recognize the living presence of Christ” (Ibid, p. 6). CELIBACY IS ROMANTIC ------------------- What bride does not want to be romanced by her bridegroom? A man romances his bride when he demonstrates his true love for her. When a bridegroom sacrifices his own will and comfort for the love of his bride, in a gesture of thoughtfulness and tenderness, this endears him to her. Christianity is a romance, and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass celebrates the most romantic gesture in the history of the world, our heavenly bridegroom laying down his life for his bride, the Church. The celibacy of the catholic priest is romantic in this sense. In imitation of Christ, it is a demonstration of his exclusive love for his bride, the Church. There is a unique bond between the faithful and their priest. They often like to refer to ‘their priest’ with a sense of affectionate ownership, because they know that he belongs to them in a special way. The celibate priesthood is a great gift to the Church. Priests stand at the altar, in the person of Christ, and our Lord says through them to his bride, the most romantic words ever spoken, “This is my body, which will be given up for you.” *** Dear Member, Owing to observable flaws among CATHOLICS in participation at the HOLY Sacrifice of the MASS either out of negligence or lack of sufficient catechism, and because our dear priests , catechists, and Church leaders are constrained one way or the other to teach the faithful their liturgy and obligations at Eucharistic Celebration, let us ask God's grace to regularly share in our DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS' group pages these essentials to a reverent, fitting and blessed MASS CELEBRATION. All material presented here is reproduced, with carefully adapted editorial context and clarity , from ONLY approved Catholic sources. Yours truly in Christ Charles Ongole John, LMC group admin DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS groups UGANDA +256789566733

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"Fear not, for I am with you " says the Lord God (Immanuel). This too shall pass, and great success and opportunities await you child of God in Jesus name.

FRIDAY 17/04/2020 LIVE MASS CELEBRATED BY FR ANTHONY MUSAALA -RUBAGA PARISH

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Fr Anthony Musaala Good Friday Reflection 10th April 2020

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A reflection on the beauty of the Cross in the live of a Christian by Kampala Archdiocese mobile youth Chaplain, and Curate of Lubaga Cathedral Parish, Rev. ...

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All nations that you have created will come and bow down to you; they will praise your greatness. You are mighty and do wonderful things; You alone are God...we shall sing and dance for you forever!

"Blessed shall you be when you come in and blessed shall you be when you come out ....i will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you" says the Lord of hosts.

See you tomorrow....

Praying for you all. May God bless you and give you all what you desire most. And may the blessing of the almighty God, Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit come down upon you and remain with you now and forever. +
Join us every Tuesday and Sunday, Lubaga cathedral, at 5:00pm for prayers of healing and deliverance.See you then.
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FR.ANTHONY MUSAALA AND THE GOSPEL GROOVERS PROGRAM

1.There will always be adoration and bible study every Thursday at Lubaga cathedral starting at 5:00pm-6:30pm.
We shall be learning more about our faith, salvation, sacraments, and going into the depth of the word of God.

2.Sunday 1st.March.2020:
Mass at Lubaga cathedral starting at exactly 5:00pm.

3.Tuesday 3rd/March/2020:
Counselling and private prayers starting at 9:00am for those who are on appointment but also for those who have emergency prayer issues and can come before 4:00pm (First come first serve)

NB: Kindly always carry a Bible, pen and a notebook. Remember to come on time and come with at least one new member whenever you can.
For any inquiries /support/booking contact us on [email protected]/0771252403
May God bless you as you come.
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Repent and receive the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ!

Here is your word for today. I wish you a blessed, happy, holy, and fruitful Lent season.
May God bless you. +
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"Repent and Receive the good news"
Father Anthony Musaala will celebrate Ash Wednesday mass tomorrow at Lubaga Cathedral starting at exactly 5:00pm.
You're all most welcome

[02/23/20]   Receive the peace of Christ!
To book us for any of our services, please contact us on [email protected] or call us on 0771252403.
Double blessings to you all.
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Dear friends, join us as we share love and blessings with one of our Gospel Groovers who celebrates his birthday today!
Happiest birthday Happy Prosper, may God continue increasing you in knowledge,love, and grace to serve him more.
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In His own time, God makes all things beautiful. Pray, hope, and don't you worry! 😊

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Receive the peace of Christ!
Join us as we praise and worship our God every Tuesday at 4:45pm,with mass, and prayers of healing and deliverance at Lubaga cathedral. More blessings and see you soon.

2020 Blessings to all as we enter into anew year join us at Namugongo Martyrs' Shrine for NEW HEAVEN AND NEW EARTH friends today its the end to end the year asking our Lord Jesus Christ to bless us and we have Healing and Deliverance prayer for us to leave all we face in 2019 en start 2020 purified come with a friend come one, come all and if your unable to come you can leave your prayer and comment and we pray together may God bless you wherever you are.

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Irish African: ‘My Irish birth certificate was the key to my life’

Dear friends,

The Irish Times published my article which may interest you. You can find it from the link on this page.
I hope you are well. I remember you and pray for you still.

Fr Anthony Musaala

https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/abroad/irish-african-my-irish-birth-certificate-was-the-key-to-my-life-1.4097017

irishtimes.com There were not many Africans in Ireland in 1956, but I was one of them

Dear friends,

Sadly my sister Christine who follows me passed away suddenly in UK last week.

We have been close ti each other. She was always there for me in good times and in difficult times. A treasure.

Kindly pray for her if you can, by offering mass, or praying privately.

Pray also for her two sons and grandchildren and me. We are a
deeply bereaved.

May she now rest in peace with all who have left this life, and enjoy Gods presence. We must learn let go especially of those we love and make way for greater treasures while we prepare for our own day of days.

Our greatest treasure is God who is already within our hearts. God is not in heaven somewhere in the sky
but deep inside you and with you in a you do.

To pray is to pay close attention to God who is present, simply to give God full access to your mind heart and soul, your deepest self in the present moment, right now.

It is to allow God to fellowship with you by night and by day. You dont have to do much
or say much when you pray, just sit still, be silent, be alone and surrender the time for twenty minutes and Breath in and out deeply at first then normally. Close your eyes.

Say one word over and over again. Like the word Christ, or Love or Maranatha. You will sense peace.Dont think of anything. Dont say anything else. Dont beg. Dont praise. Dont complain. Just use that prayer word alone with your eyes closed.

We call this contemplative prayer, or prayer of the heart. It is a special form of meditation which does not require you to imagine anything or reflect on anything.

You are just waiting for grace and it will come.

God bless you all

Allow God full access and feel the wave of the Spirit who will bring you to a place of peace.
Fr.Anthony Musaala.

Dear friends greetings. Thanks for your kind prayers. I am sorry thst I was unable to come to the Namugongo conference as I was not well. Now I am okay and attending a course in spiritual renewal in Australia until December.

Jesus said "But many who are first will be last , and the last first" Mt 20:16.

Dear friends please look to the future and not the past. Many things which look real will not last. Uganda will change, the church will change, your family will change, you will change. Your present difficulties will make you stronger, not weaker.

Just be very humble, work hard, dont complain and be the best at what you do. Money is not everything and you will get it very soon. Dont sell yourself for nothing. Trust God for everything.

Remember who you are, a child of God, ransomed and paid for with Christ's body and blood. You will be first and not last, because of the one who is in you.

Forgive others especially your own relatives and workmates, and say short prayers every day. If you have fallen down get up quickly and start again. No time to waste.

Stop feeling shame and pity for yourself, also dont become arrogant because you know Christ. Every day help someone, especially the poor and needy. Your day is coming when you will be first again in the eyes of God and many will admire you.

May God bless you + Father + Son and + Holy Spirit. Amen

Father Anthony Musaala

You are all welcome children of God as he said so come and receive yo blessing and bring yo friend with you and family.

Gospel Groovers in a prayer of intercession.
We pray for you all our dear viewers that God will answer all your prayers too. We also pray for unity in our country, families and places of work and May God bless the work of our hands.

Love praising, worshipping, prayer and Grooving the Gospel as Evangelists.

We love you all friends in Jesus' name and we will keep praying for you always.

[08/13/19]   The Bible. Isaiah 40:6-8
[6]A voice cries out, “Proclaim a message!” “What message shall I proclaim?” I ask. “Proclaim that all human beings are like grass; they last no longer than wild flowers.
[7]Grass withers and flowers fade, when the Lord sends the wind blowing over them. People are no more enduring than grass.
[8]Yes, grass withers and flowers fade, but the word of our God endures for ever.”
Have ablessed day and may God answer yo prayers this week

[08/12/19]   Romans 8:11-12
[11]If the Spirit of God, who raised Jesus from death, lives in you, then he who raised Christ from death will also give life to your mortal bodies by the presence of his Spirit in you.

[08/08/19]   Mathew 5: 44-45
But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven. For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust.
Good morning saints!!!

[07/29/19]   2nd Corinthians 9 : 8
And God is able to give you all grace in full measure; so that ever having enough of all things, you may be full of every good work:
Deuteronomy 28 : 6
A blessing will be on your coming in and on your going out.

Deuteronomy 28 : 8
The Lord will send his blessing on your store-houses and on everything to which you put your hand: his blessing will be on you in the land which the Lord your God is giving you.

Deuteronomy 28 : 12
Opening his store-house in heaven, the Lord will send rain on your land at the right time, blessing all the work of your hands: other nations will make use of your wealth, and you will have no need of theirs.

[07/27/19]   In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans. And he who searches our hearts knows the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for God’s people in accordance with the will of God.
Romans 8:26‭-‬27
Good evening loved friends in Christ Jesus.

[07/26/19]   “Blessed are those whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. Blessed is the one whose sin the Lord will never count against them.”
Romans 4:7‭-‬8
Blessed night good friends in Christ Jesus.

[07/23/19]   The law was brought in so that the trespass might increase. But where sin increased, grace increased all the more, so that, just as sin reigned in death, so also grace might reign through righteousness to bring eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Hope yo fine friends in Christ Jesus.?

[07/22/19]   The Lord will open to you his good treasury, the heavens, to give the rain to your land in its season and to bless all the work of your hands. And you shall lend to many nations, but you shall not borrow. And the Lord will make you the head and not the tail, and you shall only go up and not down, if you obey the commandments of the Lord your God, which I command you today, being careful to do them,
Deuteronomy 28:12‭-‬13

Let God's word change yo situation the way God want to change it and you will glorify him for the rest of yo life Amen

Let's enjoy God's voice thru gospel music

[07/13/19]   John 3:17
"For God didn’t send his Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world should be saved through him."
Good afternoon friends of Jesus!!!

VIGA AWARDED to the Legend gospel artist we congratulate fr. Musaala and the gospel groovers

[04/18/19]   EASTER AND ‘GETTING A JOB'

Easter means new life. Lent helps us to purify our lives and to rethink our intentions and purposes.

Although the priority for every christian before during and after easter, is to become a witnesses of the Resurrection, working for an income and being independent is a crucial part of this..

The first apostles and early Christians who operated in the ‘power of the resurrection ’, spread Christianity to the whole world while depending on themselves for daily needs. They kept on working, digging their fields, being traders, or soldiers, or like Paul, being a tent maker.

Paul goes as far as to say to the Thessolonian communit:y

‘For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: "If a man will not work, he shall not eat." We hear that some among you are idle. They are not busy; they are busybodies. Such people we command and urge in the Lord Jesus Christ to settle down and earn the bread they eat.’

Bible Gateway 2 Thessalonians 3 :: NIV - MIT

Christians need to ensure that they do not develop attitudes of dependency. We must not become a burden to others, and also we must be able to assist orphans, widows and the poor.

Some who began in voluntary ministry have now become dependent on it. Collections and stipends have become the main source of income. Money rather than pastoral care has become the focus of many ministries.

When this happens ministers begin to compete or to fight for sheep. Ministers decampaign each other in order to retain numbers. Growth in ministry is no longer measured by fruits but by numbers, quantity not quality.

This kind of dependency is becoming widespread in all the churches, and is sometimes given the name ‘full time ministry’.

Financial dependency is usually associated with five things.
a) an ‘entitlement mentality’
b) laziness
c) ignorance.
d) selfishness
e) poverty, or lack.

a)
‘Entitlement attitude’ is the feeling or notion that someone, somewhere will give me something free, a gift, a job, love, happiness, without my having to do very much for it.

Some christians may think that because God’s grace is free, everything else is free. In the real world nothing is free. You must work hard while positioning yourself to get what you want, while you pray.

b)
Laziness is caused by the lack of purpose or desire or will power or energy to do something, with an attendant misuse of time.
Many Christians are in churches looking for ‘miracles’ or trying to perform them, instead of applying themselves to ordinary tasks..
Instead of using human efforts and talents in a persistent and consistent manner to grow or develop, some are awaiting supernatural intervention.
Christians ought to work hard, use initiative, learn how to network with people, and also accept risks.
This makes it easier for God to 'make a way where there is no way'
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c)
Ignorance is the lack of knowledge about what one needs to know and do to become independent.
Some christians think that by just reading the bible and talking to ‘men of God’ they will get knowledge.

Nobody in the Bible from Abraham to the apostles did that. Wisdom is from the Lord but knowledge must be sought diligently. Everyone must learn about the reality of life and how to solve their problems.

Many christian job-seekers don’t know how to find information or how to use it, and have abandoned the pursuit of practical knowledge in favour of waiting to ‘hear from God’.

d)

Selfishness is the attitude of desiring everything for yourself. You put yourself before everything and everyone. Other people are used to get what you want. Some Christians have become unwittingly selfish and have no sense of other people’s needs. When they succeed a little they say that it is ‘God’s favour’, even when many others have helped them along the way. Some use the church entirely for their own ends and have no bad conscience about it. They depend on it as a matter of course.

e)
Poverty is the lack of basic needs. Poverty is also a form of injustice, especially where those ‘who have’, ensure that the poor remain poor. Some Christians have no sense of people’s basic needs. They are not able to share with others who are less fortunate, yet they have often received help from others in bad times.

Unemployment and poverty are one of the main causes of dependency, so here are some tips for jobseekers as they look for work.

1.
Even though you are looking for a job, stop telling people “I’m looking for a job” or saying “Can you find me a job?”. No one has the time to ‘find you a job’. They have their problems. Finding a job is your own job, not someone else’s.

2.
Instead of ‘hunting for a job’ as if it were a wild animal on the savannah, try finding out who needs you most! Yes, someone needs you for something, somewhere, somehow! Find out who needs your skills, knowledge, talents, or services and offer them willingly.

Find out where there are gaps in people’s lives or in any organizations you know and fill them. Find out where you can add value.

3.
Job applications and references should not supplant a personal encounter. Aim to meet potential employers personally, not in an interview situation, and engage them on a range of issues.

Remember everyone is a potential employer. Build friendships which make talking about work easy and natural. Avoid telling people, as soon as you meet them, that you are looking for a job. Put the relationship first.

4
Be engaged in voluntary work, at home, at the church or anywhere. This will give you access to a variety of people and experiences and help you make good use of your time.
You can add this work experience to your CV.

A potential employer needs to know if you have initiative, and whether you are able to use your time profitably when unemployed. Never give the impression that you are or idle.
5.
Family and friends are also potential employers. If you have never done anything for them, they will have no means of rating your worth, or evaluating your talents or skills.

6.
Never moan about the lack of jobs. This gives the impression of entitlement.

7.
Your academic papers are not always an advantage over others in the job market, unless you have some very rare qualifications.

Your character may be far more important than your papers. Find ways of making known what kind of person you are and what your values are.

Your CV must reflect who you are, not what you’ve got. Learn how to write an interesting CV which balances all aspects of who you are, not just your qualifications and experience.
Remember academic qualifications however good, do not say much about your character.

If you apply for humbler jobs as you should (such as house help, security guard , porter or tiller) you may appear over qualified if you have too many academic papers.

8.
A good recommendation, especially from someone known to your potential employer is worth a thousand academic papers.
9.
Learn to think about jobs you have never done, or previously thought about. Find people, especially your peers, who are doing such jobs for which they were not trained, and ask them how they got into them.

10.
Have a survival plan. Reduce expenditure by learning how to live on less than nothing. Cut your amounts of food, drinks, fashions, romantic affairs, unnecessary journeys. Forget taxis and bodas and walk where you can. This will give you time to think about your life and get exercise! Get rid of self pity!

11
If you get a little money, avoid spending it all at once. Save something because tomorrow you may need it. Avoid borrowing money ‘for survival’ . Instead ask to do a task or small job for someone, for which you can get paid.
12.
Invest in airtime and data to find employment opportunities and to research business ideas. Forget unecessary phone calls, facebook and social media unless they help you directly to get work or raise funds, or to make good contacts.

13.
Always have a simple business idea, something which needs minimum capital. See how you might get a daily income from trading, buying and selling, or offering services to people you know. Create your own employment and don’t become a beggar.
14
If you have a good business idea write it down and try to market it to an interested party who might have some capital or who might want to partner with you.
16.
Your appearance is everything, even when you have no job. Be clean, tidy and shine your shoes everyday, everywhere. Dress to impress, but remember that not everyone will appreciate new fashions and hairstyles. Don’t give the impression that you lack seriousness.

Don’t be overdressed either, as though you’re going to or coming from a wedding. Don’t try too hard to impress just with your clothes because this may have the opposite effect, it may indicate a lack of self confidence. Just be smart and tidy.

17.
Don’t forget to pray everyday and to smile as much as you can, and to be kind and helpful to everyone. You will eventually get a job.

Happy Easter,

Father Anthony Musaala

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Located 400m Off Entebbe Road Just Opposite Roofings Factory
Kampala, 256

Winning souls for Christ

Rise again Rise again
Uganda
Kampala

We want to see families flourish, lives rebuilt and hearts changed.

The Kimera Ministries The Kimera Ministries
Kiteezi
Kampala, KABWOKO KAMPALA UGANDA

The Kimera Ministries is under the THE FAITH CENTER CHURCH OF ALL NATIONS and its a miracle performing church located at lusanja kitezii Kampala Uganda.

Hope in Christ Charity Center Hope in Christ Charity Center
P.0.Box 281 Bugiri Uganda
Kampala, +256

Hope in Christ is non government organization caring for the vulnerable groups of people like the orphans, old women and abused women and the poor families

Urban Gospel Music Urban Gospel Music
Kawempe
Kampala

Gospel Music, Bible Studys, Audio Bible

YOUTH Fellowship YOUTH Fellowship
KAMPALA
Kampala, RAMDOUGIE

This basically goes to the youth for better up bringing and proper care about themselves

Prayer House Family (PHF) Prayer House Family (PHF)
Kampala Uganda
Kampala, +256

Where Prayers ascend to God

Faith Questions Youth Motivational Messenger Site International Faith Questions Youth Motivational Messenger Site International
Mityana Uganda
Kampala, 256

We are integrated project which aiming at changing lives of youth ,children and women in the Christ.we need to construct schools,health centres and water.

Amazing Grace Faith Church Amazing Grace Faith Church
Kampala

Amazing Grace Faith Church is a dynamic body of believers in Jesus Christ.The mission of the church is to establish people in their God given assignments through preaching and teaching the word of God.

Pr Isaac Muwanguzi Pr Isaac Muwanguzi
Kampala

Understanding christ and the church of the 21st century